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Spend Your Baecation At One Of These 5 Resorts In Jamaica

By Kelsey Marie

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This summer is all about baecations — relaxing and lounging around with the one you love in a new country.

Jamaica is a great place to spend a baecation because of the chill island vibes, beautiful beaches, and Caribbean dining.

Finding the perfect place to stay can be tough. That’s why we’ve rounded up 5 amazing resorts for your next couples trip in Jamaica!

The Caves, Negril

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This all-inclusive, luxury resort is located in Negril, and in minutes you can access a 7-mile white sand beachfront.

You can choose from either cliffside cottages or a grand villa and you’ll be on top of majestic sea caves. There is access to two dining gazebos, a saltwater swimming pool, and a rum bar.

For the ultimate baecation, you can spend time in the private hot tub, private caves, spa, and candlelit five-star meals.


Jamaica Inn, Ocho Rios

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Enjoy time with your bae in Ocho Rios at one of Jamaica Inn’s cottages or suites, overlooking the ocean.

There are no clocks, radio’s or TVs in the rooms on this property to allow full attention to the one you love.

Jamaica Inn offers open-air dining, afternoon tea, cocktails and spa treatments.

Moon Palace Jamaica, Ocho Rios

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Luxury and laid-back vibes are what you’re going to get while staying at Moon Palace Jamaica.

With this property being all-inclusive, you will have access to top-shelf cocktails, fine dining, 24-hour room service, and non-motorized water sports.

There are also spa treatments available and for adventure, you can swim with dolphins!

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, Montego Bay

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This resort is for adults only and all-inclusive, making it ideal for baecations.

Depending on the location of your room, the terraces overlook the pool, ocean or gardens.

Spend your days with your bae chilling at one of the 16 on-site restaurants and bars, or taking advantage of the 24-hour room service.

You can also stay in a swim-up room which will give you access to a private swimming pool.

Couples Tower Isle, Ocho Rios

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This is the only resort in Jamaica to offer an all-inclusive and unlimited spa experience.

You will be treated to unlimited spa services at their on-site spa or in the comfort of your own private villa.

All of the in-villa dinners are made with organic, locally-sourced ingredients and fresh seafood.

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